sectile

Able to be cut into by a knife or other sharp object. A form of tenacity.
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Sectile

• (a.) Capable of being cut; specifically (Min.), capable of being severed by the knife with a smooth cut; -- said of minerals.
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sectile

(from the article `Orchidales`) ...of a clear, sticky substance (viscin) in masses called pollinia. Two basic kinds of pollinia exist: one has soft, mealy packets bound together to ...
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Sectile

Sec'tile adjective [ Latin sectilis , from secare , sectum , to cut: confer French sectile . See Section .] Capable of being cut; specifically (Min.) , capable of being severed by the knife with a smooth cut; -- said of minerals.
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Sectile

A term of tenacity. A sectile mineral can be cut with a knife, and the slice breaks up under a hammer.
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sectile

A term referring to orchid pollen which is composed of discernible units called massulae.
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sectile

capable of being cut easily with a knife
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Sectile

loosely amassed in packets such as some pollina
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Sectile

loosely amassed in packets such as some pollina
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sectile

said of minerals that can be cut with a knife without breaking off in undesired pieces.
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sectile

Type: Term Pronunciation: sek′til, tīl Definitions: 1. Capable of being cut or divided. 2. Having the appearance of being divided.
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